Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks have been listed in the OWASP Foundation’s Top 10 vulnerabilities since day one and is currently the third most prominent vulnerability (as part of the Injection category).
While cross-site scripting attacks may be old school, the potential damage they can cause is significant. Victims of an XSS attack may be vulnerable to financial fraud, data theft, or identity theft.
Knowing if you’re vulnerable and how to prevent cross-site scripting from happening is critical; fortunately, cross site scripting prevention methods is not all that difficult.
What is XSS
What is cross-site scripting?
How XSS works
How do XSS attacks work?
Effects of XSS
What can happen with an XSS attack?
How to find vulnerabilities in a website
What are the different cross site scripting defenses?
How Cybersecurity Services and Solutions can help
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